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SBD Global/August 8, 2012/Facilities
Luxury Golf Courses In Vietnam, Czech Republic To Open
Published August 8, 2012
TEEING IT UP: GOLF COURSE REPORT WORLD EDITION noted real estate developer Manghi Czech, an affiliate of a family-owned Italian construction company, is working on a 350-acre golf community in Statenice, a northwestern suburb of Prague. The company has dubbed the community Aura "the garden of Prague." Manghi Czech Dir of Business Development Danilo Manghi told the Prague Post, "We want to provide a new lifestyle to the Czech market." Aura will offer single-family houses, villas and apartments, along with a community center, a shopping area, restaurants, two schools, an outdoor theater, parks and a variety of recreational attractions. The community will be be anchored by an 18-hole, championship-length golf course and a golf practice center, both of which will be operated by the Hertfordshire, England office of Palmerston Golf. Manghi Czech has not announced a designer for Aura's course, but Palmerston tapped Nick Faldo for its course in Cyprus and for one of the two it aims to build in Cuba (GOLF COURSE REPORT WORLD EDITION, 8/7).